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Afternoon Theatre Pilgrim's Way

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A trilogy of plays by A. R. RAWLINSON with Simon Lack
Bernard Horsfall , Joanna Wake
This is the story of a journey. Each play reveals the life and circumstances which brought one of the ill-assorted trio together on the road to Canterbury. The first play was about Old Berry. In this, the second, the girl tells her story. 2: Amanda
Other parts played by ALAN BARRY and CLIFFORD NORGATE
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS (Barbara Lott is appearing in .' The Crunch' at the St Martin's Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: A. R. Rawlinson
Unknown: Simon Lack
Unknown: Bernard Horsfall
Unknown: Joanna Wake
Unknown: Old Berry.
Played By: Alan Barry
Unknown: Clifford Norgate
Produced By: Keith Williams
Produced By: Barbara Lott
Old Berry: Simon Lack
George: Bernard Horsfall
Amanda: Joanna Wake
Man on horseback: Alan Barry
Doctor: Aleksander Browne
Connie: Maureen O'Reilly
Amanda's mother: Barbara Lott
Amanda's father: Lockwood West
Yussuf: Roshan Seth
Cyril: Harold Innocent
Alec: Timothy Parkes

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Afternoon Theatre Pilgrim's Way

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 November 1969 14.00






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